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Brandon Robinson (basketball)

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League  Basketball Bundesliga
NBA draft  2011 / Undrafted
Weight  91 kg
Nationality  American
Name  Brandon Robinson
Positions  Basketball positions
Listed height  6 ft 6 in (1.98 m)
Role  Basketball Player
Pro career  2011
Listed weight  200 lb (91 kg)
Height  1.98 m

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Born  March 25, 1989 (age 26) (1989-03-25)
High school  Lake Wales (Lake Wales, Florida)
Education  Clayton State University, Seminole State College of Florida

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Brandon Robinson (born March 25, 1989) is an American professional basketball player for Club Osorno Básquetbol of the Liga Nacional de Básquetbol de Chile. He was named NBL Canada Rookie of the Year and All-Star Game Most Valuable Player in 2012. Robinson has experience playing with Seminole State College of Florida and Clayton State University at the college level.


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High school career

Robinson attended Lake Wales High School in Lake Wales, Florida. He played two seasons of varsity basketball and acted as the team captain as a senior. In his final year with Lake Wales, Robinson averaged 14 points and the team finished with a 21–5 record.

College career

In his first two years of college, Robinson attended Seminole Community College in Sanford, Florida, where he played college basketball under head coach Bobby Washington. After his freshman season, he averaged 12 points and four rebounds, shooting .490 on field goals. Robinson averaged 18 points and six rebounds as a sophomore and earned first-team FCCAA All-Mid-Florida Conference and second-team NJCAA All-Region accolades.

Before his junior year, Robinson transferred to Clayton State University in Morrow, Georgia. The school's basketball program competed in the NCAA Division II. After starting in all 29 of his games under head coach Gordon Gibbons, he averaged 14 points and 5 rebounds. Robinson recorded a career-high 21 points against Augusta State. He also notched a season-best nine rebounds vs. North Georgia. As a senior, Robinson averaged 20 points and six rebounds, shooting .432 from the field. He scored a career-high 31 points at the Peach Belt Conference Tournament. The forward earned first-team All-Peach Belt and NABC Division II All-Southeast Region honors following the season. In March 2011, Robinson was named a Division II All-American, becoming the first Clayton State player to do so under Gibbons and the second in school history.

Professional career

In October 2011, Robinson was named to the 18-man training camp roster Oshawa Power, who would play in the inaugural 2011–12 National Basketball League of Canada (NBL) season. On October 30, he debuted for the Power, scored 16 points in a loss to the Quebec Kebs. He was named NBL Canada Player of the Week on January 30, 2012, after posting 34 points vs. the Saint John Mill Rats. He earned Player of the Week honors once again on February 20, following a season-high 37-point performance in a rematch with the Mill Rats. By the end of the season, Robinson averaged 19.6 points per game, making him the league's leading scorer. He was named Rookie of the Year as well. In April 2011, Robinson scored 38 points at the NBL Canada All-Star Game and was then named All-Star Game Most Valuable Player.

Personal life

Brandon was born on March 25, 1989 to mother Trelliss Robinson. His uncle, Fred Dean, played football as an offensive lineman. Dean won Super Bowl XVII with the Washington Redskins. While growing up, Robinson looked up to Michael Jordan and supported the Orlando Magic. While at Clayton State University, he majored in integrated studies.


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